Last week a client requested our services in Frankfurt to film timelapse footage of prominent buildings and sights around town. We shot some high-end 4K with our Sony FS7, Sony a7s various, strategically placed gopros 🙂
Our last shoot took us to a mall in Berlin where inventor Walter Mason has built a huge marble run trying to supersize his previous 238m long machine with one that’s even even BIGGER. Once it was ready, he unveiled his masterpiece to the public, with hopes of winning the Kickstarter Gold competition. Our crew including the regular cameraman, sound man and kit were there to witness the spectacle!
image source: youtube/Frank Oxener
When Discovery Channel Canada requests a crew from us we always know we’re in for an interesting shoot! This time they requested a 2 man Sony FS7 crew for Paris to film the launch of the Energy Observer on the river Seine. It is a hydrogen vessel serving as a model for sustainable energy and will be sailing around the world only powered by solar power, water and hydrogen.
image: Lemon Shark by Albert Kok (CC BY-SA 3.0)
We recently provided multi camera, streaming and webcast facilities for a new California based client at an event in Munich. A totally different ball game from regular corporate and documentary shoots. Needless to say when you’re streaming all depends on a reliable and stable upload connection which can sometimes be tricky at remote locations. However, our end client was IBM and they made sure that the streaming connection was top notch.